I still use Internet Explorer (and Chrome) sometimes, especially if some websites render better in them. If you use IE a lot, you may notice that it slows down after a while. Many times, it’s due to cookies. This post is mainly concerning IE 7. Some issues you might experience that could be helped by… Read More »
An obvious difference between Firefox and other browsers is the ability to install add-ons or plugins that can enhance the surfing experience (at least for the majority of add-ons). If you are a web developer, creating user-friendly and standards compliant webpages is important. You may be designing a complex application or a simple webpage, but… Read More »
With the release of Beta 2 of Internet Explorer 8, Microsoft promises its users a better Internet experience; but for some, it still has a way to go before it shakes off the old stigma attached to previous IE versions. Will it bolster Internet Explorer’s falling market share? Since the browser is new, there are… Read More »
Are you getting frustrated with your Internet connection and its speed? The first thing you need to know is that the speed of your Internet surfing is not dependent on the speed of your computer hardware at all. Minimum hardware requirements are enough to surf most sites. Although Internet speed is largely affected by external… Read More »
Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers out there, no doubt. You may also like it for its extensible features and (relatively) high stability. But how can you make it work better for you? Here, I’ve compiled a short list of tips for using Firefox more efficiently.
A few days ago, Google unveiled its latest product, Google Chrome, and since then, everyone is talking about it everywhere. I downloaded it as well, and put it through some test runs. So far, I’m not blown away by it, but then again, it is a capable browser that should get better and better in… Read More »